Search words, phrases, mp3, video lessons from this site:

Translation Service for Your Art Design

Submit your words to creative writer Andres Leo!
Get the best Chinese translation for your art design ideas!

lift by hand; to mention, bring forward
Buy this word to make a donation!
Thanks for Supporting Chinese Database!

traditional Chinese text:

simplified Chinese text:

(The way of strokes are the same!)

The meanings in Chinese:

lift by hand

to mention

bring forward

suggest something so that it can be discussed

related keywords:


pronunciation: ti~2

view the ti section for Mandarin pinyin practice!

multi-style calligraphic fonts for this symbol:

Buy this word to support Chinese database site. Thank You!

Receive through e-mail: all the calligraphic styles for your art design for just $3.00!

View example fonts for all seven calligraphic styles, traditional and simplified Chinese symbols (7 JPG files and 1 PDF illustration) in a folder.

Item number for this symbol: 1951

Note: a ZIP file folder which contains several clip-art JPEG files
will be created and e-mailed to you within 1-2 days.

Thank you very much for supporting my database site!

Any Question?
Please contact Andres Leo:

recommended words or phrases:

beware, cautious; on the alert; guard against; take precautions
on the alert
guard against
take precautions

remind; cause someone to remember
to remind
cause someone to remember

help and guide; lead by the hand; give guidance and help to younger generation
help and guide
lead by the hand
give guidance and help
to younger generation

to enhance, promote, advance; further improve the quality, value
to enhance
to promote
to advance
further improve the quality, value

withdraw money from bank or ATM machine
withdraw money
(from bank or ATM machine)

ATM machine; automatic teller machine
ATM machine
automatic teller machine

bodhi, awakening, enlightenment; Bodhi in Buddhism; the understanding possessed by a Buddha regarding the true nature of things
Bodhi in Buddhism
the understanding possessed by a
Buddha regarding the true nature of things